Casa Limon is ideally situated, a five minute walk from town and 3 minutes to the beach. Although from the outside it looks like a cute little Casa, inside it is spacious and well laid out. It has a fully renovated kitchen, 2.5 bathrooms and the floors are newly tiled throughout. This is a four level house with 2 queen-sized beds and two double beds (all new mattresses) , There is a deck off the living room with a table and chairs, ideal for morning coffee, there is also a staircase leading up to a rooftop terrazza with a 360 degree view, including a view of the ocean.
There is a private outdoor shower and sink, half bathroom in the upper bedroom and a full bathroom with laundry facilities on the lower floor.
Casa Limon is ideal for surfers, for families, or for a group of friends.
There is regular maid service, hiking and biking tours through the jungle offered by my property manager Lorenzo, who owns the great Chile Relleno restaurant around the corner. Lorenzo and his wife Estella will also cater and deliver meals to your doorstep.
Keywords: Casa Limon, three storeys, north side of town.
I live and work in Vancouver but love to spend time in Mexico during our cold winter months. Last April I travelled to Sayulita and promptly fell in love with it. I found a small house for sale, impulsively made an offer and by the end of August it was mine. The next six months were spent renovating and my simple little Mexican house has been transformed into a spacious and welcoming Casa.
Sayulita is a popular, constantly growing town with a wonderful mix of local expats and Mexicans all taking pride in their town. The beach is wonderful, the surfing is great, the restaurants cover a broad spectrum, from delicious fish tacos sold by street vendors to the very finest of dining. There is lots to do and see in Sayulita, a great art gallery, (Arte de Sayulita) unusual shops, weekly markets, surfing swimming, sunbathing, and of course, glorious weather.
Close access to the beach, sitting on my deck drinking coffee in the mornings, having guests over at happy hour (hora feliz) and watching the sun set from the upper deck. Listening to CDs or my iPod (there is an iPod docking station and a CD player) in the evenings and entertaining friends for dinner. Or walking down to the beach and enjoying a margarita at La Terrazola while people-watching and enjoying the spectacular sunset. At least 2 nights a week wandering around the corner to Lorenzo and Estellas' restaurant and enjoying the best chile rellenos ever.